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Unboxing, Teardown & Benchmarks: The 24-inch M1 iMac [VIDEO]

The 24-inch M1 iMac from Apple comes with a lot of bells and whistles. It is the first redesign in almost a decade for the iMac. And, if you’re anything like us, you want to know what to expect before you invest. Join Brady from OWC as he takes you through the unboxing process of the 24-inch M1 iMac – from opening the box to reviewing the included accessories and the storage options it comes with to which drives are compatible with its ports.

Ready to take a peek inside? Let’s delve into the 24-inch M1 iMac with this Rocket Yard video from OWC!


Here are the specs of the machine that Brady unboxed and took apart, voiding the warranty for your education and enjoyment:

24-inch M1 iMac

  • 8-core CPU with 4 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores 
  • 7-core GPU
  • 16-core Neural Engine
  • 256GB SSD
  • 8GB unified memory
  • Two Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports


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  • I read that quite a few 2021 iMacs were delivered that were not level on their stands.
    The left sides were higher off of the surface than the right sides.
    Yours looks like it’s not level.

  • Interesting that the display comes right off without needing to disconnect it from the motherboard, or at least that’s what this review shows. Maybe a step missing?

    I kind of wish that Apple would have put the power button on the front. With all that empty area on the chin there’s plenty of room for it.

  • Thanks for the video. When you included the benchmarks it would have been nice to include a comparison with a non-M1 computer in order to actually show the improvement in speed instead of just saying “impressive”.